Tatamagouche man killed in Pictou County motocross accident
Early cannabis sales about as expected, NSLC says
Truro Police share cannabis information during check-stops
VIDEO: Last survivor remembers the Springhill bump
Colchester adult learners, and artist, inspired by Maud Lewis
Nova Scotia first responders receive grants for safety equipment: Video
The Bombadils playing in Truro for Nova Scotia Music Week
Hospital honours name of Truro woman
New Indian restaurant coming to Truro
LEGER: Self-absorbed neighbours frustrate Canadians and Irish
Russell Wangersky: Soup from a stone
VIBERT: Halifax now a world-class nanny state
Russell Wangersky: Warming ocean temperatures could lead to a big kill
OPINION: Why Canada must prosecute returning ISIS fighters
COMMENTARY: All the packaging you can eat?
Dal AC Column: Supply management supports sustainable agriculture
BY C.D. CALDWELL ...
VIBERT: Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative leadership wars drawing to a close
The big reveal is a week away; most of the votes have already been cast; one candidate’s team exudes confidence, but the others say, by their reckoning, the outcome remains very much in doubt. The Nova Scotia Conservative leadership campaign ...
Editorial: Customer disservice
“This call may be monitored for quality control purposes.” It’s a recorded message people often hear before they are transferred (finally) to a live person at a call centre. Customers may feel somewhat reassured that the ...
VIBERT: Workplace equity troubles Nova Scotia
The New Democrats’ charge that the Nova Scotia government is insensitive to the barriers faced by working mothers gained a little more traction this w ...
Russell Wangersky: Dangerous dogmatists
This will come as no surprise to reasonable people. We’ve doubled down on dogmatism. We’ve built a wall, and neither side — once you get out to the extremes — has the high ground any more. Anyone who reads ...
Editorial: Money talks?
U.S. President Donald Trump seems to be moving forward concerns about the disappearance of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi is believed to have been tortured, murdered and dismembered in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey ...
DeMONT: That other time we legalized a recreational drug
What is the world going to look like on Wednesday when the sale of cannabis officially passes from the shifty-looking character in the school parking lot to a provincial government employee in a store as shiny and sleek as a boutique on the Halifax ...
JIM VIBERT: The mud is flying in provincial Tory race
Just when you thought the Conservative leadership brawl was as down and dirty as it can get, mud starts flying from a deeper ditch. Cape Breton Regional Mayor Cecil Clarke ended last week with an email to party members that included screenshots of ...
Russell Wangersky: Legal weed — expect snags
Well, we’re so close to Canada’s big weed experiment that you can almost smell it. The truth is, you can smell it already — police departments may still be charging the occasional unlucky user, but weed’s already almost ...
Editorial: Recruit but also retain
Every international student coming to universities and colleges in Atlantic Canada faces a key question after graduation. Should she or he stay here? For some, it’s simple, especially if their home country is in economic turmoil or suffering ...